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A worker in a factory learns a lesson about life. When is enough?

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Directed by

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Mark Osborne

Written by

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Mark Osborne ... (writer)

Produced by

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Steve Calafer ... producer
Debra Callabresi ... co-producer
Steve Kalafer ... producer
Shannon Lowry ... line producer
Kelly Moren ... co-producer

Cinematography by

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Mark Osborne

Film Editing by

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Mark Osborne

Editorial Department

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Dave Hussey ... colorist
Ron Johnson ... negative cutter
Annie Toth ... post-production coordinator

Production Design by

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Rick Orner

Set Decoration by

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Nicholas Peterson

Production Management

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Debra Callabresi ... post-production supervisor
Kelly Moren ... post-production supervisor

Art Department

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David Candelaria ... model builder (as David J. Candelaria) / set builder (as David J. Candelaria)
Nick Peterson ... model builder / set builder
Joe Schmidt ... model builder / set builder

Sound Department

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Peter S. Carlstedt ... re-recording mixer (as Peter Carlstedt)
Jeremy Pitts ... sound editor / sound effects editor

Visual Effects by

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Debra Callabresi ... digital effects supervisor
David Candelaria ... puppet fabrication (as David J. Candelaria)
Ben Matsunaga ... digital effects artist
Kelly Moren ... digital effects artist
Mark Osborne ... digital effects artist

Camera and Electrical Department

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Keith Lowry ... camera department / camera operator

Animation Department

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David Candelaria ... animator / stop-motion animator (as David J. Candelaria)
Marcos Magalhães ... cel animator
Mark Osborne ... stop-motion animator
Lorelei Pepi ... cel animation designer
Nick Peterson ... animator / stop-motion animator
Rick Potts ... animator / cel animator
Jenny Walsh ... animator / cel animator
Lea Zagury ... animator / cel animator

Music Department

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Justin Lassen ... score mixer and remixer

Other crew

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Nicholas Peterson ... set builder/animator

Thanks

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Mario Allen ... special thanks
Tom Attencio ... special thanks
Tom Barron ... special thanks
Bob Beitcher ... special thanks
Chris Blum ... special thanks
Jamie Caliri ... special thanks
Kevin Clark ... special thanks
Maureen Claypool ... special thanks
Jon Corfino ... special thanks
Edwin Escalante ... special thanks
Lawrence Fagan ... special thanks (as Larry Fagin)
Larry Fagin ... special thanks
Rick Gordon ... special thanks
Cathy Hair ... special thanks
Ron Johnson ... special thanks
Tim Knapp ... special thanks
Dick Larson ... special thanks
Alec Lorimore ... special thanks
James Manke ... special thanks
Alan Markowitz ... special thanks
Alan G. Markowitz ... special thanks (as Alan Markowitz)
Andrew Millstein ... special thanks
Mike Mitchell ... special thanks
Ammiel G. Najar ... special thanks (as Ammiel Najar) / special thanks
Paloma Navarette ... special thanks
Paul Novros ... special thanks
Julie O'Neill ... special thanks
Andrew Oran ... special thanks
Jeff Osborne ... special thanks
Kent Osborne ... special thanks
Paulette Osborne ... special thanks
Dave Palomaren ... special thanks
Jose Parra ... special thanks
Sarah Pasanen ... special thanks
Christopher Reyna ... special thanks
Tim Sassoon ... special thanks
Jonathan Silsby ... special thanks
Ron Wengler ... special thanks
Miriam Yagi ... special thanks

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Plot Summary

A factory worker in a dark, gray world assembles devices that promise happiness. In his spare time he tinkers to create something better, and finally succeeds in perfecting his invention, which allows people to see life through rose-colored glasses. But he has to pay a price for his success. Written by Michael Jastram (http://jastram.de)

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Also Known As
  • Еще (Russia)
  • Más (Argentina)
Runtime
  • 6 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Awarded the Best Short Film at the 1999 Sundance Film Festival. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Film-Fest DVD: Issue 2 - Cannes (1999). See more »
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